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THE& mArCUXUXZATZ MORNING OOURIOBR
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GOUUIHU PUBLISHING 60.
W. Morton 8mitm, eoiron
lltmlnof Olllco Hill N Htrr-i't. I'limii' SB.
TenMB OF BUBBORIPTION:
Tiih t'ounu.it, onn)iar In nilvnncn W 10
1U Mmitli ' m
Tlirnn Months ..Ml
The fimrlrr rnn Ho Koiinil nt
Hotel Lincoln Nowh Stnml.
Windsor llotul Now Htund.
Cnpltul Ifotol Nowh Stand,
lhvl Dudo Cigar Store, I (WO O St.
Kd. YouiiKi 1307 O St.
Cluson, Fletcher & Co., 1120 O St.
MiHiro'B NmvB Htund, 118 So. 11th St.
Couiiirh onic, 11:11 N St.
ArchloKnHign,217SolHhBt.
TIIK NKW COIIItIKH,
Uoglniilng with noxt week Tiik Couii
i Kit will ho lusuod In thu form inii.to mu
ulur by rucIi publicntious im J'nck
.mfe, 7Vnf7i iiml 7'ini'M Jojifwi. Tlioro
will ho twenty pugoB, with u Hpoclully
designed covor hy Wullnco & Lock
wood of thin city, it striking and bouutl
fill ploco of work hy tho way. Every
urtlclo und Item in ThCuurikk will ho
original, and wo hollovo our roudors will
Iiml u marked ituprovoinont in ovory do'
purtmont, In tho noxt nuinhor thoro
.ywill ho eovoral articles ejwclnlly propar
ml ,hy prominont pooplo that will ho
- found to ho of grout IntoroBt.
Tho forthcoming Ibbuo of Thk Couii
iKit will ho un odltion of B,000 copies
nnd advertising Hpuco in thlB nuinhor
will ho HpoclullydoBlriihlo. ApplicutionB
for optica should ho inudo promptly und
copy Hhotild ho twnt in hb curly in tho
week us possible.
XU KXCUNKS WANTKI).
Tho urtlclo in Monday's Journal
Booking to dofend Moshor wu tho most
absurd combination of guff and rot that
haa yot loon hillictod on tho puhliu In
connection with tho Moahor affulr. Kb
purpose wob bo apparent and ita men
dacity o conspicuous that tho Journal
committed an offonao against tho puhllo
in puhllflhlng it.
The timo for ploaa for poor Mr. Moah
or, tho mun who atolo 12,000,000 and re
mainod "nervy und uffahlo" whilo tho
lamentations of tho BUfforors hy his por
tidy flllod tho air, Is long sinco pant. The
puhllc wnnta no excuses for this tremen
dous scoundrel who wantonly ruined in
nocent pooplo and paralyzed tho ilnan
uial credit of ho town. Mosher has
dono infinitely moro harm to Lincoln
than all tho criminals' 'that havo ovbr
heon in this city, and it would ho more
appropriate for aomohody to writo, and
for tho Journal to publish, u plou for
the murderer of old Dob Woods, now in
tho state penitentiary, than to ask in
dulgence for tho rascal Mosher who
ought properly to ho serving a life' sen,
tone at hard labor.
There havo boon too many apologies
for tho Mosher crow from tho first.
Thoro havo boon apologies for Bon
Baker, tho United States district attor
noy, who early came within tho magic
influence of Moshor's hag of stolon
money, and who disgraced himself and
tho government ho represents, and out
raged justice and decency and right hy
his shameless subservience to tho hank
wrecking crew. Hakor has forovor
branded himself with infamy; ho is one
of tho men who hold back tho course of
law and justlco and protoctod Mosher
whilo innocent depositors wrung their
hands in impotent despair.
Thoro have heon apologies for Bunk
Examiner Grifritttf'who la a 'shameless
villain or a wttoden hoadod chuck, und
who ought to havo bcon Bummarily re
moved from office ono year ago.
And for Moshor, tho Monte Cristo,
tho stur scoundrel of them nil.
"X And for many others.
ylt is time for tho farco to cease.
Power apologies and excuses, und a
li.tlo decisive action looking toward u
'partial righting of tho great wrongs that
' havo been dono would ho fur moro ac
ceptable to tho pooplo of Lincoln und
Nebraska.
WHY ISN'T UK KKMOVfeD?
Before tho bar of public opinion Bank
Examiner Griffith is adjudged an acces-
'.bry-before the fact in the riot of crimi
nality precipitated hy G. W.Moshor, to
-say'nothlng'of the odlum'thaVattackes
to him for his shameless conduct in
other of his "hospital cases," und in tho
reawakening of public interest in tho
Capital National bank atfair -there is a
growing conviction that Griffith, occupy
ing as he did and does, a position of trust
and responsibility, was guilty of tho
most despicable and roprobonsiblo con
duct in allowing Mosher to plunder tho
Jbaok arid rob ithn pooplo at his own
pleasure.
Until Griffith is removed from office
one of the most shameful members of
the Mosher gang will remain unpunished,
tad there caa be so security that other
-banks under his care will not go tho way
of Hohh HoHtwick'H hunk uud Bonn
MohImt's hunk. '
An attempt Ib mado to oxcuso Griffith
hy showing thnt theio Is u popular iiiIr
conception of tho diitlcrt of u national
hunk oxniiilnor. Wo might, If it t wore
worth whilo, rofor to the luw nnd show
just whnt tho duties of an oxunflnor uro,
nnd K)lnt out specillo InntiintTH wherein
Griffith failed to do his duty; but no
mun of good judgment who hits given
HiIh mutter nny confederation will con
tend that Mr. Griffith's conduct can ho
Biitlsfactorily explained, nnd it ifl en
tirely uuneceHsiiry to wtisto uny tlmo re
plying to tho apologies that are uiiidu for
Griffith.
Mr. Griffith Ib not u lit man to ho un
examiner of national bunkH, uud the
comptroller of the currency In keeping
hlui in olllco Is giving it tacit approval of
his complicity with Mosher, uud is ut
tho sumo tlmo doing u gross Injustice to
the peoplo of Nebraska.
TIIK. f AM K 1)1,11 NTOUV.
Now that wo have nil hud our say, und
pleaded for reform nnd demanded lower
taxation and moro efficient service from
our city councllmen, tho chunccB tiro
thnt wo will cither stay iiwuy from tho
primaries in our respective wards, or
meekly do tho bidding of tho men whom
wo allow to manipulate politics, und
stand supinely hy whilo men are nomi
nated for the city council who are no
more tit for tho pcrfotniunco of council
manic duties than it mud turtle Is to en
tor it trotting rnco. ,
Tho republican -party in Lancaster
county Is milking it grout und gruvo mis
take in allowing its strength to bo dlssl
pitted und its power for good destroyed
by tho unrestricted manipulation of
hooters und political tramps,
Tho way is being paved for un upris
ing that will 'send tho party to tho
mourner's bench.
Thoro is yet timo for tho party to
place a clean, strong ticket in thu Held.
Will It do it?
Wk havo discontinued our series of
nrticles on municipal reform. A nuin
hor of uhlo articles have boon written
forTiiK CouuiKiton this subject, and
many badly needed reforms have bcon
strongly advocated, hut wo nro forced to
say that wo havo grown somowhat pes
simistic so fur us municipal reform Ib
concoruod. Tho pooplo uro too apathet
ic. Thoro is, at this writing, very little
reason for supposing thnt nil of tho re
form talk will havo any valuable result.
So wo will not publish uny moro nrticles
on this subject just now. Wo muy bo
gin tho publication of n series of discus
sions on ways and moans for removing
tho freckles on tho fuco of tho man in
tho moon. Something might ho accom
plished in this lino.
Thk Journal, us was "confidently ox
peoted, joins Convict O. W. Mosher,
Trimmer A. S. Paddock und tho Moshor
gang generally, in u quasi defenso of
Bank Examiner Griffith. In its capacity
of apologist for mon in power, and spo
clul pleador for criminals and scampB
'who happen to bo possess! or iniluonco
tho Journal is, porhupts tho most dan
gerous existing loo of tho
community. It, oor stands reudy
to discourage honoB attempts to oxposo
corruption nnd to throw -Its protecting
arms around tho vilest scouudrel living,
providing ho is in authority or hue somo
power. v
Thk writer of tho defense of Moshor
In Monday's JonrwiJ und other papers
states that Mr. Moshor waa "nervy to
the last," which statement will, wo
imagtno, remain unillsputod. Thoro was
nevoratany timo, anything tho mutter
with Mr. Moshor's norvo. It was his
Btock in trade. Ho ran tho Capital Na-
tlonaMwnk on it. And now ho is using
it to pavo tho way for hiarttOKso from
tho government pouUontiary Mr.
Mosher may huvo ci floated hisNnon
scionco andv stolen it' couple of inilUon
dollars; hut ho never lrat his nerve. '
Comoiikhshan Bnvi?f has been in 'the
city this week rocoiving the lionet folt
thanks and tho most ondoaring expres
sions of everlasting gratitudo of Major
Galhoun, Mr. Huff, Mr. Whltmoro, Mr.
Opponhelmor and others too numerous
to mention.
Nearly ovory lino of business in this
city hus shown u decided improvomout
in the last ten days, und thoro is ovory
prospect that business throughout tho
spring will bo good, Merchants uro
morohopeful than thoy have been for
months.
Ir thk writor of tho Moshor lottor ox
pocted itajiublicatlon to create it moro
kindly feeling toward tho "nervy und
uffahlo" convict, his scheme hus failed
of its purpose. Its only effect has boon
to increase tho bitterness against Moshor.
Ir thk friend ofi poor Mr. Moshor
succeed in getting him out of tho ionl
tontiury tho unfortunato gontlomun will
become a'cundidate for governor for tho
purpose of, vindicating himself.
tor.xT v oek's"CotjRh:u will contuin a
specially prepared articlo by Hon. Q. M.
Lambortson, ox-aseistaut United States
treasury, on the financial depression.
Bank Examinkr Ppirfrnrcan be said
to be as powerful aa Mosher. For all of
tho Mosher influence is back of him.
Counoilmkn are wanted who will ut
tend meetings, nd who will ,tct likol
men. 1
I'll HAP IIATIX
Ami Knot limit to I't, Worth, HoiinIoii imtl
I. ii I'orlr, TcviiK,
Parties going to the itbovo points can
buvo nearly twolvo hours in tlmo hy
taking the great ttock Island route.
Fast Texas express leaving Lincoln at
8:20 n. in. ronchoH Ft. Worth 8:1'.! a. m.
and Houston at 7:.'M) p. in. the following
day. Only ono night out. A member
of tho Lu orto syndicate will accom
pany tho party leaving over tho ltock
Island on Tuesday tho 0th Inst.
For rates etc. call nt city ticket olllco
1015 0 street, corner Eleventh.
O. A. ItUTIIKUl'Oltl),
C.T.&l'.A.
All Indies prefer tho Leo broom.
- r ,l
llest Nrwupiiprr itnil llrnt .Mitirltzlnn,
For ono year's subscription to tho
AVhw you can get the Cosmopolitan
magazine a your free. Tho best iiowh
paper in Lincoln und tho best magazine
published for tho price- of tho AVtr for
ono year.
Canon City coal
Coul und Lime Co.
ut tho Whitohreant
Tim llont. I.uunilry
Townsond it Plamnndon proprietors, 21!08
O street, telephone f7().
Now is tho tlmo to take a trip to Flor
ida via tho Missouri Pacific routo. City
ticket oflico l'JOl O street, Lincoln, Neb.
Ilurtimt Kxmirlon,
Via thu Missouri Paciflc-On thu
second Tuesday in December 181)3
January, Fohuary, March, Ap-il and
Muy 181)1 tho Missouri Pacillc routo
will boII round trip tickets to all stations
in Toxiib with liniil limit to return in ISO
dnys from ditto of sale. Stop over uro
allowed in Arkansas, Texas and Okla
homa, Now Mexico und Indiun Terri
tory. Como und tnko it trip to tho
south. Phil Daniklh, C. P. T. A.
101 O street.
Ilnir ICutr In Toxun.
Jnnuiiry O.Foburury l.'l, March l.'i, April
10.& May 8, 180i,tho B it M will sell excur-
sion tickets from Nebraska und Kansas
stations to points in Texas ut one faro
for tho round trip. For tickets und full
Information regarding limits, Btop overs,
otc, cull nt B. & M. depot or city office,
corner O nnd Tenth strcots.
G. W. Bownkll. C. P. ,t T. A.
905 will pitrchnso u firat-clusa ticket,
round trip via tho Missouri Pucitlc routo
to tho Mid-Winter fair nt Sun Francisco,
Cul., tickets good until July 15, 18!M.
Cun take tho southern routo going and
return by tho northern routo. For fur
ther particulars cull on city ticket agent
1201 O street, Lincoln Nebraska.
A Tltll TO OAMPOKNIA.
Tho Grout Rock Island Route is now
running a tourist car,' leaving Albert
Lou ovory Mondny afternoon on tho
Minneapolis it St. Louis railway, and via
Albert Lou, Llvormoro, Ft. Dodgo,
Angus, Dob Moines, Omaha, Lincoln,
Phillipshurgli und Puoblo, runs over tho
Scenic nnd Ogdon routes to Sun Fran
cisco und Los Angeles.
REMEMBER.
This is it Phillips-Rock Island tourist
car, nnd Ib accompanied hy a tourist
conductor through to tho coast, und runs
on the fastest truins, und u second class
ticket takes you in this car.
Tho rnto for berth reservation is low,
being only ?1 through to tho Pacillc
points, and proportionately loss for
points on routo, und thoro is no hotter
way to tako in tho grout mid-wintor fuir.
To those who cannot go Tucsdujs tho
grout Rock Island routo runs unothor
tourist cur, leaving Minneapolis ovory
Thursduy morning, viu Albert Leu,
Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids und Colum
bus Junction to Kiinsus City, and on to
Puoblo over tho Scenic routo nnd South
ern Pacillc runs to Sun Francisco and
Los Angeles.
For full particulars, address
JOHN SEBASTIAN,
G. T. A., O. R. I. it T. Ry.,
Chicago.
MIMVIntr Fnlr, Shii FruucUro Cul., V.x-
ctmlon Ticket Now on Huln
Wlllillouiiil Trip, Limit
April 30 '04.
Tho Trunk lino botwoon Lincoln,
Atchison, St. Joe, Wichita, Hot Springs,
St. Louis, Houston, Galveston, ,Los
Angles und nil points oast west north
und south. Come und go viu tho
Missouri Fitciflc tho populur chair cur
routo. H. O. Townsond G. P. A.' St.
Lquis, Mo. Phil DuniolB O. P. A T. A.
Telophono No. 000. City olllco 1201 O
street, Lincoln Nob.
Ctitnii lUttn to CuUforiiln
Viu tho Union Pacillc Ry "Sunshlno,
Fruit nnd Flowers," Snn Francisco Los
Angeles nnd intormodinto points. First
class ono way $20; round trip good for
GO days ;.50. Full information cheor-
fully given at city tickot office, 1014 O st.
E. B. Blossom, J. T. Mahtin,
Gen. Agent. C. T. A.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
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PRICE'S
QdfcSl
Tht only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Ued in Millions of Homes -40 Years the StauoV4.
I. M. IMYMONI),
I'reslJtnt.
I. Ii. THOMPSON.
Vice I'rrsiJe nt.
K II. IIUKNIIAM,
GmMtt,
I), (i. WINO.
Assistant (?ahltr.
O. I'. IIJNKH,
2J Assistant C.-nlilcr.
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LINCOLN, NEB. ,
CAIMTAIo, $250,000.
jSURIMollS, $15,000.
nirfclom-I. M. ltnjinimd, K. K. Ilrown, H.
It. Iluriilmiii, II. K. 1 homimoii. I!. (I. Unwi-s, I!.
llJt l,rI1.ll'.'' ! Hnj'r, Liiwl (Iri'irory. K. W.
I.lttlo. (I. M. I.ninl(rlmiii I). (I. WIhk, H. W.
Ilurnliiiiii. II, 1', Ktitiroii,
THE
First (Ihtiopl Brhk.
O AND TT.STH BTHKCTH.
Capital, $400,000
Surplus, $100,000.
oi ricmtsi
E. 8. ItAmwmti, l'l-oHMrnt,
ClUi. A. IIasna, Vloo I'ri'nlilont.
K. M. Cook, Cnililci.
(!. H. Lti'riM'orr, .WiNlimt Cnslilor.
II. H. l'mii.MAS, .r,i.iinl Cimlilcr.
JOHN II WIIK5IIT. President.
I . Ii. Johnson, Vice President.
J. II. McCI-AY, Cashier.
JNO. A..AMIiS. Asst. Gasliler.
THE.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
DIREOTOR8:
J. II. Wrlulit.
TIiob. (.(lolinino,
T. K. BiimlrM,
y. ij. Un j ion,
K. K. JiiIiiiroii,
(I. ItnllHlmck.
(loo. Lnwrry,
J. K. Hill,
II. I'. I..UI.
J. II. MrClny,
W. W. Iliickiioy,
AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
FOR THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
IU (lull IIiiiiiIIIoii.IiU lltcrnry (jxiciitor, with
thn C'-ottirntl(in nt IiIm fintiMv .....I ? iR
lUulmi's ciiiiiplctn works, "Twenty imtn of
Conurras." unil lila Inter liook, "Political Dls-
CllAslolltf. Olll, lirfHIinrtllH for tln..n , !.... 1...,
ISll
BuiiiuK 000K8 111 mo nuirKoiH. a. n. r. .loniiiii,
ofMiilnu, tiHik ll'd onlorB from tlrst ItUcnlU:
nKPiitH iirollt I
i I.,,., i
.!i(K Mrs. Hnllnnl.or Ohio
ilVlH.JS oh.,,cl?.' V1.5"'"1 """'In, In ono ilny ; jirollt
wyitl. h. ,N, lllco, of MiixtoirluiM'ttti, took '1
orders In two diijx: prollt $I?.A. J. l'nrt
rldKo.of aliilnn. took 4.1 onion from : calls;
iirollt $7ff.ff. h.A. Pnlmor. of North Unkota,
took U order in li dnjH; prollt VIIH.UJI. Kxclu
sho Tiirrltory Klrcn. If jouwlnhto mnko Inruo
monoy, wrlto Immrdlatply for terms to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO.. NORUNN.
Under now mnnnitcmnnt
MERCHANTS' HOTEL.
OMAHA, NEBR.
I'AXTON, IIUM:iT DAVKM'OHT,
rroprli'torx.
Spoclnl nttentlon to state trade, uest nnd
commorclnl travelers. Fnrnam street electric
cars pass tho door to and from all pnrts of tho
city.
FOR CHOICE GUT
FLORAL DECORATIONS,
WEDDING AND FUNDRAL DESIGNS,
A SjEJOIAJLTY.
Special nttontion givon to tho grow
ing of now iiml choico roses. Curnutions
anil nil kiiuls of grconliouso plants.
il0Qil FUOTtMi
COXHlJSRVA'rORY,
PHONE Mi GOR. G AND I7TH STS.
$3,000.00
A YEAR
FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS.
If you want work that la pleasant und profitable,
leud us ) our mldreaa iiuiucdlatilv. Wu Imch men
and women how to earn from kS.OO per du to
experience, and lurnWh the ( niloi ment ut which
J,uw per yt'ttrwiiiioui iiuviiik nail prcvlo
out
cieriviivv, nun lurilltu inu I
they can inuke tliut anumiit.
iNoiiiliiLMlimcultto
learn or that reiiulrei mucli time, (lie work It
easy, healthy.and honoruhle, nud can bvdono dur.
nig iiavumu or c eningi, rignt in )our o n local
lty, wherever )ou llio. The result of a few
hours' work often equuf a n-i-eU'd wutri-s.
We hare taught thouiandt of both scxei and nil
srci. nnd many lmo laid foundations that will
urely bring them riches, home of the smartest
men In this country owe their success lu life to
the start Rhen them while In onr employ yenrs
bko. You, readtr. may do as well; try It. You
cannot fall. No capital nerissarr. We lit you out
with sometldnKthnt Is new, solid, and sure. A
book brimful of advice Is free to all. Help your
self hy writing for it today not tomorrow.
Delays are costly,
C. C. ALLEN & CO.,
ex 420,
AUGUSTA, MAINE.
Baking
er
COLUMBIA 111 BANK
JAMES 6
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Music Iiv Her.
On the open piano the cat ran the scale as she gaily
kept time with the wag of her
tail. The sound brought the mis
' tress with haste to the room, and
, the cat left the keys on the end of
' V . a broom. On the railroad they
tied her tight down to the track,
but the train cut the rope and the
kitty came back. Now out on
the housetop she plays as she
sings, for her system is padded with violin strings.
Cats are tough, and they'll stand a whole lot of bad
usage. Boys with any life in them give clothing dard
usage.
We make boy s clothing up tough; sew 'em double with silk
thread, and guarantee them to stand rough treatment. They're In
style too. Children's department second floor.
BROWNING
II Kiii'lorles,
i:i Itetnll .Stores.
Tie Best Houdat Present.
n 0 sihi.
Will furnish you 12 Cabinet Photographs ut 93 por ilozon.
work tlniHheil promptly und artistically.
1028 O STREET..
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This is n very tlno estiibleshmont probubly hotter than anything of tho kind
in tho world. '
Canucity, 1,500 butlm duily.
Artesiun minorul water is used.
Sopuruto uccommodationfl uro provided for both'sexes.
n Grxec&t Plunge Bath
Holds about a aunrtor of u million gallons of Sou Green Salt Wntor
And ib nearly IM) foot long, 20 foot wido und 2Jf to 0 foot deep.
Its clour us a crystal, too.
Thoro nro somo spring boards, trapozo and automutic noedlo buth in this de
purtmont.
The Bed Rooms
Aro for transients who do not enro to lenvo tho building nftor n bath
Patients taking troutmont uso them hIbo.
Rl"3vnracitiaxx
And inuny othor dlBoiiBes can bo CURED in tho Hot Salt Department.
The turlcltali Baths!
Now wo'ro coming down to buBineBS.
Murblo wulls, MoBuic, floors, rich RugB, Curpots nnd DruporioB.
Qreut tiro ploceB, eusy chairs und divans.
All Borts of batliB uro givon. Thoro Ib nlso a HARDER SHOP.
Ludier' Hair Dressing Department, and even u Manlcuro, OhiioiNHlist ami
Rot Uluck, ' '
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